Ph.D. and Masters Degrees by Research
- How to apply to become a Postgraduate Student
- Research Ethics
- Current Postgraduate Students
- Visiting Postgraduate Students
The School offers the opportunity for research leading to the award of a doctoral degree (Ph.D.) or a Masters degree (M.Litt. or M.Sc., depending on the subject area).
The current handbook for Masters and Ph.D. Students in the School contains information which will be useful for prospective students.
Further information on these degrees and the regulations which pertain to each are found in the University Calendar, Part 3.
Students and staff conducting research within the School should consult the Research Ethics Review page.
The School currently has over fifty postgraduate students. Here are the personal pages of some of those students.
- Maria O'Reilly (Ph.D. student)
- Amelia Kelly (Ph.D. student)
- Amelie Dorn (Ph.D. student)
- John Kane (Ph.D. student)
- Neasa Ní Chiaráin (Ph.D. student)
- Christoph Wendler (Ph.D. student)
- Maria Rieder (Ph.D. student)
- Laura Diver (Ph.D. student)
- Colin Flynn (Ph.D. student)
- Duana Quigley (Ph.D. student)
- Fiona Ryan (Ph.D. student)
- Olena Bien (Ph.D. student, University of Landau, Germany)